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to read. google offers has a deal with phonics. pay $139 for the complete learn to read program. that's a $299 value. how about an environmentally friendly auto detail. get your ride sparkling like new for 25 bucks. gilt city has the deal with eco detail and you're saving 50% off. giant foods is celebrating 75 years in business. all store locations are giving away a slice of birthday cake to anyone who comes in between 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. got a little cupcake here. if you have an offer you've seen or you're a local merchant with a deal for our viewers, i would love to hear from you on facebook. i'm jessica doyle, wusa9. >>> you have packed your bags. you're ready to fly off on a fabulous vacation, but when you get to the airport, you're stopped because your passport is about to expire in a few months. wusa9 call for action director shirley rut dcker is here and she has what you need to know about the true expiration of your passport. >> most think our passports are good for ten years. they are in one sense. however, there are a number of -- there are a number of countries that require
about it, they can google me, and they can look for 20 years what i have to say about it. i haven't changed my opinion one iota. >> no, but you haven't fleshed it out. >> it's not my job to flesh it out. >> no, it's my job to try and ask you. >> and i'm shutting your butt down. >> why do people fight with english accent interviewers like that? piers morgan. here is the question. let me try to pose to it you, sir, mr. schiff. >> yes, sir. >> we all grew up with cowboys and indians. you learn how'd to do this with your hand, shooting a gun, how to shoot. well learned that from cowboys and indians, war movies. violence is part of our culture. "django" i'm sure is an interesting thing but has a lot of violence in it. the recent jack reacher thing with cruise, don't they influence people? >> i think it influence mid son. i think the video games probably more so. and it was a big concern for me. >> you're at the lansburgh theater. >> the lansburgh theatre, the shakespeare company, i'm doing a play called "hughie". >> wonderful to see you in action. richard schiff, who has done a little
, tennessee, did and now they're becoming a health care center. google is spending all of that money in kansas city. we have got to be more comfortable in talking to people about what works. what is working that other countries are doing. the diversity of the representation in the house will be helpful for that. i think also we have to learn something from how historically brave actions by your predecessors in this caucus played out in the electorate. when were they rewarded? when were they punished? and later rewarded? i cannot tell you how many nights in the white house, every single night before i went to bed, for months and months and months after the 1994 election, i thought about the people who were defeated because they voted for the economic program, because they voted for the assault weapons ban. i knew exactly what happened. i thought a lot about those who survived and why they did. as you look ahead and you decide, what are we going to do about the budget, what are we going to do about having the democrats branded as the party of jobs and innovation for the future? make no mistake a
companies such as google, microsoft and intel, could end up helping many people in poor countries get onto the web. it could also cement long-term ties between the state department and the companies while opening new markets and reaching new customers for silicon valley. it's another sign of how her legacy will play itself out for years to come. in terms of what she's done. >> exactly. i've written a lot about how she has tried to turn the state department into sort of a business promotion machine. and traditionally this has been with, you know, industries like aerospace, companies like boeing, the tech world, you know, coming into the state department and getting help from the u.s. government is newer. but obviously, google, yahoo! these companies have a lot to gain from getting people internet access in places like africa all around the developing world. on average in developed countries, about 70% of people are online. it's only 20% of people in the developing world. and the reason is that the costs are prohibitive. and it's actually not because people are so poor. it's because the mark
about it, they can google me. i haven't changed my opinion one ioda. >> no, but you haven't flushed it out. >> it's not my job to flush it out. >> no, it's my job to try and ask you to. >> and i'm shutting your butt down. >> why don't poo figeople fight english accented people? we all grew up with cowboys and inyans. you learned how to do this with your hand, just pretending to shoot. we all learned that from cowboys and indians. violence is part of our culture. it has an interesting thing, but it's got a lot of violence in it. these are incredibly violent. don't they influence people? >> i think it influenced my son. i think the video games, probably more so. and it was a big concern for me. >> you're at the lanceburg theater. >> the shakespeare company, i'm doing a play called "hughy." >> i'll come down there. i love that theeter. it's a great theater. thank you, richard shift. he's been on our show and done a little prep for the play. when we return, let me finish with a victory for president obama and the roman catholic faith on the issue of birth controlment they fou. they foun
say that i am glad that google was founded by an immigrant. it's worth noting that none of the founders of these companies came to the united states because of their skills. andy grove, they all came here for our family system or because they were refugees of the children of refugees. what made that special was the traits they shared with immigrants of all kinds. entrepreneurs, and a desire for a better life. it is the secret sauce that makes america great. when alexander hamilton and andrew carnegie, and many others, immigration is good for our country. it's time that we do our part and devise a way that the people have enough get up and go to get up and go and come to our shores and bring their talents and contributions to our society and to our economy to become americans with us. thank you very much, mr. chairman. i yield the floor back. >> i think the gentleman. without objection from all other members will be made a part of the record. we will turn now to our distinguished panel of witnesses. i will begin by introducing the first panel. our first witness on this pa
could soon become home to a new private airport for google executives. the $82 million project would include an executive terminal, hangars and ramp space to accommodate google's largest business jets. the proposed airport would bring in $3 million a year in rent and create hundreds of permanent jobs and up to 200 construction jobs. the san jose city council is expected to vote on this proposal in april. >>> coming up after the break, we'll check the forecast and the roads. >>> welcome back. now it's 10:28. we're actually giving some breaks of sunshine. this is sunol in san francisco headed towards partly cloudy to mostly sunny afternoon. you can see that vividly over the golden gate bridge. starting to see a little bit of a blue sky. it will still be cold out there in livermore. 53 degrees in san jose. we're tracking that potent blizzard in the northeast today. and we'll take a close look at what we can expect for jets fanfest tomorrow. >> with the blizzard in the northwest i'm not going to complain about any wind or rain over here, but we've had some. this is 880 which has been a w
is as an engineer. if you google it, it is problem- solving. i came to washington to solve problems. unfortunately, as the problems have gotten bigger, congress has gotten smaller. not smaller in size or ego, but smaller in the ability to get things done. we are pulled in one direction or the other, we have to do this for our party or for this group or that group. what we need is for all of you to help us by reaching out to your representatives and tell them to join with us, and join with no labels. tell your representative to become a problem solver. it will give your representatives the incentive to join us and come together because in the end, we have to work together for our country to solve these problems. it is only going to have been not just because the 25 of us get together, but because the american people say we need to get things solved. we need you to solve them. this is not just up to us, it is up to every single person in this group. [applause] >> there is something important that happened here this morning. the semi you are represented here today, when they identified themselves, th
and information. >> you can go to weather.com, weatherbug, any app at the app store, google marketplace, get it online, on your mobile device. there are so many different places to get alerts. you don't have to rely on the government alerts on your phone. >>> the city of new york has several weather-related apps, including plow nyc. >>> let's check in with rosemary, because it's quite the opposite scene here in the bay area compared to the east coast. >> hard to complain about this. we could use some rain. that's my only gripe. outside of that, 40s and 50s into the next hour or so. noon time numbers, mostly sunny, low to mid-50s in the forecast. then for the afternoon, 55 at san francisco, going to fan fest. mostly sunny skies. 58 for you, 58 in fremont. mid to upper 50s, livermore, concord, going to walnut creek for shopping today. upper 50s in the forecast for the afternoon. how about the north bay? maybe wine tasting. how often can you plan a wine tasting day in february? right, dry conditions, upper 50s, near 60 in napa. mostly sunny. tomorrow morning, starting out just as cold, but the
google to try any of that on fallon. >> no. maybe with quest love. >> anything up his sleeve? >> i'm sure he does, knowing jimmy. >> you'll find out when you get there. coming up, our resident slacker natalie went out for a little jog last night, up more than 1500 stairs to the top of the empire state building. she did it in 17 minutes. >> next year you guys are so doing this with me. >> we have a thing that night. >> if we can take the elevator. >> and you did it for a good cause. >> i did. we're going to tell you about multiple myeloma research foundation, what it's all for in a little bit. one week from today, just a reminder, valentine's day. this year why not treat yourself and sweetie with a gift for two. i like this idea. >> like half the price. >> giving yourself your own present. >> we like that. we're going to go house hunting across the country with bosch ra corcoran who has got beautiful homes for $500,000 or less. first, everyone is looking for a way to save a few bucks and we want to help you. tomorrow the third hour of "today" will be dedicated to ways of keeping as much mo
photos from there to facebook, google plus, your other networks. >> super sassy, i love it. >> anna? >> yes, bob barker. >> happy valentine's day. here is an air blower. [ laughter ] >> i love you. >> i really know how to take that 8 a% of people caught entering the country are coming in from mexico. so, how can we fix our broken borders? a rancher who has seen it firsthand has got some ideas. we're going to be hearing from him after this break. >> first, another live look from the big easy. boy, is brian having fun. look at the kids up so early. big game is tomorrow. [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function s
at the consumers electronics show. look that up and google that whole story. >> soda stream is still going to get an ad. run where of their older ones where coke and pepsi isn't blowing up in. >> i try to take the other side? >> i'm mr. cbs. [ laughter ] >> well, i mean, pepsi and coca cola buy so many ads in the super bowl, you know, it's kind of a slap in the face to the coke and pepsi people who give us so much money, i would rather not run that one add. >> how are you ever going to be able to pull yourself up by your own boot straps and ever become a coke or a pepsi? >> this is america. >> i'm going to shave a slides dale then,. >> the budweiser people. >> we don't want to know about your personal life. >> i'm going to cut a tail off sr. something. >> why can't cbs just say hey we don't get involved the ads are running wear not getting involved in the winners or losers. it's up to you. >> it's different if it's a little charged something that is going to be porn graphic? >> also i'm very lazy, too it. do you make your own soda clayton at home. >> seltsa water at home. >> would you do that? >>
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